Eight months ago, Nokia announced its new strategy of switching from the Symbian platform and adopt a platform Windows Phone from Microsoft. And now Nokia announced two new smartphones based on Windows Phone operating system.
Nokia Lumia 800
In terms of design, the Nokia Lumia 800 does not differ much when compared to the Nokia N9. But for specifics, there are some differences. Nokia Lumia 800 has been equipped with ClearBlack 3.7-inch AMOLED display (480×800 pixels) of the curve as well as Qualcomm’s single-core processor 1.4 GHz with a graphics processor.
For multimedia, available 8-megapixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss lens and 720p HD video recording support. 16GB of internal memory is also available, which is supported with an additional 25GB of SkyDrive account to store images and music.
To access existing files on SkyDrive, you must connect to the Internet. Connectivity to the Internet is also quite good, because it has supported HSDPA 14.4 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Lumia 800 Nokia plans to sell about 420 EURO or about 5 million.
Nokia Lumia 710
For those who like bergonta casing cover, the Nokia Lumia 710 to the right choice. For performance, it seems not much different 710 Lumia Lumia than 800 since they both use the same processor and both have 512MB RAM.
A little to distinguish, in addition to its design, is the ability of a 5-megapixel camera, Carl Zeiss lens without, and only 8GB of storage capacity. The price is quite affordable, around 270 EURO or in the range of USD 3.5 million. Both smartphones based on Windows Phone 7.5 has been equipped Nokia Mango Drive, namely navigation solution with voice guidance first for a Windows Phone device.
Interestingly, this facility is provided free of charge. For consumers Indonesia, unfortunately have to wait until early 2012 if you want to buy it. Interestingly, these two smartphones Lumia using Micro SIM card as found in the Apple iPhone 4. Apparently the Micro SIM card will also be a new trend in 2012. So, are you prepared to switch to Windows Phone?
Kristian Tjahjono, contributors yangcanggih.com consumer technology site. Enthusiastic about the various types of gadgets, ranging from computers, cell phones, to digital cameras.